At least thirteen people were killed when two car bombs and a suicide attacker struck a grocery market in Iraq, according to local officials.
The attack happened in the predominantly Shia Jadidat al-Shatt, 40 km north of Baghdad.
It is the latest in a string of almost daily attacks in Iraq, raising fears over a rise in the level of sectarian violence.
Just three weeks ago 41 people were killed when twin car bombs went off outside a Sunni mosque in Baquba.
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